Q. 24.0( 5 Votes )

The First World W

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Yes, it is true that ‘The First World War left a deep imprint on the European society and polity’.

• Soldiers were given more importance and kept above civilians.


• Politicians and publicists believed men to be aggressive, strong and masculine.


• Even though media glorified trench life, the soldiers lived a difficult life in these trenches. These trenches were filled with rats feeding on dead bodies, faced poisonous gas and witnessed their ranks reduce rapidly.


• In the public sphere, aggressive war propaganda and national honour were given more importance.


• Democracy was considered as new and fragile idea that it won’t survive the instabilities of interwar Europe.


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